Eve heard the serpent speak. The problem wasn’t the hearing. The problem lay in her choosing to listen. Thus, the serpent won the right to deceive her. Every person’s story since entails a competition of voices. To what voice will we bend our ear, listen and believe?Read More
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Filtering by Category: The Work of God
Everything changes. That’s the result of believing Jesus.
In Anne Rice’s “Interview with the Vampire,” Louis tells his interviewer how radically the world appeared to him as a vampire. It would never be as he saw it in his human life.Read More
Two people chose not to believe. Life has been toil since. But not just in the physical and material realm.
Our fall incurred the curse of work. The earth resists us, and we labor for enough food to eat today. Tomorrow, we begin it again.Read More
We don’t remember what we learned in school. We remember the hard lessons of the hallway, or the cafeteria lunch table. But little of the chalkboard material and exam data remain with us. That only lingers when the teacher engages us where we live.Read More
That Jesus remains in me? That I remain in him?
That he cares more about love and mercy than service and sacrifice?
That he believes in me? That he believes I can be like him? And calls me to be like him?Read More
God blesses and provides. People forget.
What is it that causes us to forget the fundamental experiences of our life?Read More